Mr Henze studied law and European legal integration at Georg-August University Göttingen, the University of Rouen Normandie and Leibniz University Hannover. He has held teaching positions with the German Judicial Academy, the German Federal Financial Academy and the Vienna University of Economics and Business.
He has published extensively on tax law and ECJ litigation and has worked for the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy, the European Court of Justice (as Référendaire) and has represented the Federal Republic of Germany before the European Courts since 2010.
His lecture on “EU Fundamental Market Freedoms” focusses on the development of the EU internal market, the mechanisms of freedoms, violation and justification and the free movement of goods and capital.
EU Fundamental Market Freedoms (Part I – Cases)